how to debug a lock-up?
derek at computinginnovations.com
Thu Jun 15 14:26:25 UTC 2006
Look at the other logs in /var/log to see if there are any log entries that
might point to something.
You can trim down the system and build a custom kernel, and go through
/etc/rc.conf and /usr/local/etc/rc.d and make sure you are only starting
Depending on what you are using this server for, you may want to add more
logging for those services such as mail, web, etc.
Run the manufacturer's diagnostics. It sounds like a hardware problem.
At 09:05 AM 6/15/2006, George Donnelly wrote:
>Derek Ragona <derek at computinginnovations.com> wrote:
> >First you should cvsup and rebuild everything to the latest release
> >versions so all security fixes are loaded.
>yes, that's already done.
> >With everything rebuilt, let it run and see if it still locks up.
>yes, it still does.
> >Did you change any hardware recently?
>its brand new hardware, put into service a week ago.
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